The royal family has a particular way of responding to controversy. Since new details of Prince William’s alleged mistress Rose Hanbury emerged, the British royal household had remained silent until now.
A series of moves made by King Charles III will either fuel the rumors or silence them forever. Since it became known that Prince William would have an affair with the Marchioness of Cholmondeley much has been said in the press.
Now the royal family has announced the important role that one of Rose Hanbury’s sons will assume.
Lord Oliver Cholmondeley at the Coronation of King Charles
Buckingham Palace has revealed new details of the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla, one of them is related to the pages boy that will be in Westminster Abbey next May 6, 2023.
Charles has decided that it will be Lord Oliver Cholmondeley, 13, the son of Rose and the Marquess of Cholmondeley who will accompany him as Pages of Honour.
Oliver will also be joined by Prince George, who will also be page boy, and Ralph Tollemache, son of Edward Tollemache (Charles’ godson) and Nicholas Barclay, grandson of Charles’ second cousin.
This has not been the only move King Charles has made to accommodate the Cholmondeley family, as just a few weeks ago it was announced that David Rocksavage, the seventh Marquess of Cholmondeley, would become his private secretary.
The marquis had been dismissed after Queen Elizabeth’s death because his service to the monarch had ended.
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Who will be Queen Camilla’s pages of honor?
On the other hand, Queen Camilla has chosen her three grandsons, Gus and Louis Lopes and Freddy Parker Bowels, as well as her grandnephew Arthur Elliot.
The role of page boy of honor is usually a distinction granted to the teenage children of members of the British nobility and gentry, and especially of senior members of the royal household.